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January 27th, 2007
Bowles promotes educational change at Greensboro Partnership dinner
The University of North Carolina system will continue to try to change to adapt to a global climate where knowledge-based jobs are the future, said Erskine Bowles, president of the UNC System.
The UNC System, he said, will continue to focus on training students for the jobs of today and tomorrow, including nursing, entrepreneurship and nanotechnology, which he called the future of Greensboro.
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